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Modernity, fertility and family planning in rural Egypt

Atef M. Khalifa

Modernity, fertility and family planning in rural Egypt

by Atef M. Khalifa

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Published by National Center for Social and Criminological Research in Giza, Egypt .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Egypt,
  • Egypt.
    • Subjects:
    • Birth control -- Egypt,
    • Contraception -- Egypt,
    • Fertility, Human -- Egypt,
    • Egypt -- Population,
    • Egypt -- Rural conditions

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [193]-199.

      StatementAtef M. Khalifa, M. Abdel Kader.
      ContributionsAbdel Kader, M., Markaz al-Qawmī lil-Buḥūth al-Ijtimāʻīyah wa-al-Jināʼīyah (Egypt)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ766.5.E3 K53 1981
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 263 p. :
      Number of Pages263
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3051289M
      LC Control Number82145362

      This increase, along with a decrease in percentage of currently married women using modern contraceptives (from 58 per cent in to per cent in ), and the persistently high contraceptive discontinuation rate (around 30 per cent) are indications that the family planning programme in Egypt . Egypt: recent changes in population growth (English) Abstract. This paper examines the determinants and consequences of population growth in Egypt in the recent past and the near future. Since slowing Cited by: 1.

      Probably the best-known example of a family planning program experiment comes from Mat-lab, Bangladesh. It began in , and by , fertility was 24 percent lower in the villages that received the intensive family planning program compared to the villages that received only the standard family planning . Egypt - Egypt - Rural settlement: The settled Egyptian countryside, throughout the delta and the Nile valley to the High Dam, exhibits great homogeneity, although minor variations occur from north to south. The typical rural .

      traditional methods. Family planning Methods Used during EHDS is displayed in figure 2. In Egypt, Television is the primary source of family planning information 2. Around 60 % of married women aged had seen a recent family planning message on television, 19% had listened to a message on the radio and 26% had seen a family. Social norms, contraception and family planning Siân Herbert Question What does the evidence tell us about a) social norms around the use of family planning/modern contraception File Size: KB.


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Modernity, fertility and family planning in rural Egypt by Atef M. Khalifa Download PDF EPUB FB2

Planning the Family in Egypt: New Bodies, New Selves. In this Book. The state sees voluntary compliance with the law for the common good as the cornerstone of modernity. Family planning Cited by: Planning the Family in Egypt. Book Description: The state sees voluntary compliance with the law for the common good as the cornerstone of modernity.

Family planning programs are a training ground. In this ethnographic study, the author examines the policies and practices of family planning programs in Egypt to see how an elitist, Western-informed state attempts to create obliging citizens.

The state sees voluntary compliance with the law for the common good as the cornerstone of modernity/5(4). In the last decade, the Egyptian state in collaboration with international donor agencies has embarked on an ambitious population control program. According to this program, Egypt’s rapid population growth.

Education on family planning is widespread in rural Egypt. A 2nd problem revealed by the data is that although doctors may favor family planning, they also perceive the public as hostile to it. A promising route to lessened fertility Cited by: 1. Khattab, M. Practice and non-practice of family planning in Egypt.

In A. Molnos (ed.) Social Science in Family Planning, pp. 22– International Planned Parenthood Federation, London. Cited by:   Photo Credit: Reuters/ Amr Abdallah Dalsh. A number of factors contribute to the verdict of whether or not a family will choose to apply Modernity planning which is defined by the World Health Organization as a family.

Spatial Patterns of Fertility in Rural Egypt. a sociological survey of factors affecting fertility and family planning behaviour, and a community study of the cultural context of each village Author: John R Weeks.

"Censorship, Family Planning, and the Historical Fertility Transition," NBER Working PapersNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc. Andrew Dickens, " Population relatedness and cross-country idea flows: evidence from book. It is bound, on the contrary, to spread, and intensify. The re-emergence of the race topic, and all of its associates, is deeply baked into the modernist cake.

Comparative modernity is automatically racialized once global metabolism lends differential (urban/rural) fertility Author: Nick Land. But Egypt was relying on donor support and when that assistance went away, family planning was neglected. By the fertility rate had gone up to The United States is supporting family planning in Egypt.

Fertility and Modernity Enrico Spolaore, Romain Wacziarg. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in June NBER Program(s):Political Economy We investigate the determinants of the fertility Cited by: Results. Out of postpartum women, (%) have a real demand for family planning.

Out of those with a real demand for family planning (n = ), (%) were using a modern contraceptive method and only 41 (3%) were using a traditional method for birth control while the remaining (%) were having unmet need for postpartum family by: 4. 45% of women in rural Upper Egypt are using a modern method compared to 63% of women in rural Lower Egypt.

Trends in Family Planning Use Use of modern methods of family planning rose. intermediate levels of fertility, that is, in those countries whose total fertility is estimated to be between and 5 children per woman in For the past three decades.

on the fertility and family planning situation in Egypt. A basic theme in the papers included in this volume is the magnitude of the change that has occurred in fertility and family planning behavior in Egypt since Examining the trends in family planning File Size: 3MB.

family planning practices of rural women in Yadgir district of Hyderabad-Karnataka region. Totally pregnant women and lactating mothers were interviewed to collect the primary data. It is suggested that there is need for health education including fertility and family planning Author: Journals Invention, Chinna Ashappa Dr.

Title: Perspectives on Fertility and Family Planning in Egypt Keywords: USAID, Macro International Inc., Egypt Created Date: 6/18/ PM. The use of family planning varies from only 31% in Upper Egypt to 59% in the Urban Governorates. At current levels, despite declines in fertility, the average Egyptian woman has births more than she wants; overall, 20% of married women are thought to be in need of family planning.

In Egypt, the region and the urban-rural type of residence (particularly if considered jointly) make for the greatest part of variability in contraceptive behavior, as they synthesize many.

The Decline of Fertility in Europe from the French Revolution to World War II / Ansley J. Coale --Fertility Trends in Europe Since the Second World War / D.V. Glass --Natality in the Developing Countries: Recent Trends and Prospects / Dudley Kirk --The Emergence of a Modern Fertility .Access to safe, voluntary family planning is a human right.

Family planning is central to gender equality and women’s empowerment, and it is a key factor in reducing poverty.

Yet in developing regions, an estimated million women who want to avoid pregnancy are not using safe and effective family planning .()). Determining how family planning programs impact fertility has assumed greater importance as the fertility transition has stalled1 in sub-Saharan Africa (Bongaarts and Casterline ()).

In this paper, we theoretically and empirically assess the impact of access to family planning on fertility control choice, completed fertility.